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Bao Bao's in China
A worker feeds U.S.-born giant panda Bao Bao as she arrived at the Chengdu Panda Breeding Research Center in Chengdu on Wednesday, Feb. 22. Bao Bao started settling into her new home Thursday in southwest China, where she will eventually join a breeding program.
 
China selfie app seeks to 'beautify the world'
Strolling a tree-lined Shanghai street with friends, Hu Dongyuan pulls out her smartphone and does what millions of Chinese women do daily: take a selfie, digitally "beautify" their faces, and pop it on social media.
 
Beijing on Wednesday insisted that Spain deport more than 200 suspects, including Taiwanese and Chinese citizens, recently arrested in the country for alleged telecom fraud to China, on the grounds that the victims were all Chinese.
 
Ex-Hong Kong leader gets 20 months in jail for corruption
A former leader of Hong Kong has been sentenced to 20 months in prison for corruption over a luxury apartment in mainland China intended for his retirement.
 
China ban a 'game changer' for opioid fight
China is adding the deadly elephant tranquilizer carfentanil and three related synthetic opioids to its list of controlled substances effective March 1, China's National Narcotics Control Commission said Thursday.
 
China sends sympathy to families of dead in Taipei bus crash
China expressed condolences Tuesday to families of the dead and those injured in a tour bus crash in northern Taiwan on Monday night that has claimed at least 33 lives and left the others on the bus injured.
 
Kid rewarded for honesty after scrapping BMW in China
Who says honesty doesn't pay off?
 
Trump backs 'One China' policy in call with Xi
President Donald Trump reaffirmed Washington's 'One China' policy on Thursday in his first conversation with Xi Jinping, an apparent effort to ease tensions after angering Beijing by questioning a major plank of Sino-U.S. relations.
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The World Health Organization says China has taken steps to end its once-widespread practice of harvesting organs from executed prisoners but that it's impossible to know what is happening across the entire country.
 
Panic on Hong Kong subway as fire injures nine
Panic struck evening rush hour commuters on Hong Kong's subway system Friday after a fire broke out in a passenger cabin, injuring nine people and prompting the evacuation of a major station.
 
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